"In my view, that's not leadership. We're seeing some backpedalling," . "I think people deserve to know what a candidate believes."
That's a quote from Mayor Fred Eisenberger to The Spec, as he criticized Mayoral contender Larry Di Ianni for refusing to declare a preferred location for the Pan Am stadium.
Former mayor Di Ianni instead drew attention to how he would have avoided the "fiasco" that has divided the community.
Mayor Eisenberger, clearly on the offensive, said "He clearly needs to reaffirm what his position is. Let's get real on this one,"
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Di Ianni argued he will support any decision council makes, "providing they do three things.
"One is that they preserve the games, two is that they keep the Tiger-Cats and three is that they don't spend too much money."Di Ianni also said the mayor is "looking to drag everybody into the same mire.
"I think it was a drastic mistake to box yourself in -- so why is he asking me to make the same mistake?" said Di Ianni. "You know what, Fred? You built it, you stew in it."
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